Tag Archive for NAV

December 22, 2015 at 3:09 pm
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What Licensing Options Are Available From Printvis And Microsoft?

One of Life’s Greatest Mysteries Doesn’t Have to Be ERP Software Licensing Rent or own, that seems to be a burning question on the minds of customers evaluating new business management software. All licensing is not created equal and rest assured PrintVis is ready to give you options but not overwhelm you with complexity or confuse you with fine print.… Read more →

October 12, 2015 at 5:34 pm
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Gimme 5

    It’s that time of year again!  Microsoft has started up their famous “Give Me Five” offer – and it’s as great as always. If you haven’t heard of the offer yet, it’s actually quite simple: buy five users, for the price of three.  This is a huge 30% discount regular prices! This is savings of almost USD2,700 The Give Me 5… Read more →

October 7, 2015 at 12:09 pm

Sneak Peek into NAV 2016

At the World Partner Conference 2015, Microsoft announced that it has launched its new NAV for beta testing. As this is NAV 2016, and not NAV 2015 R2, you can tell it’s a major release by Microsoft. So far, there has been no news on when the NAV 2016 will be officially released, however, it’s good to note that the… Read more →

February 16, 2015 at 3:16 am

What’s new in NAV 2015

Microsoft Dynamics NAV is global enterprise resource planning (ERP) software that helps more than 100,000 companies worldwide manage their accounting and finances, supply chain, and operations. From financials and supply chain management, to manufacturing and operations, our quick-to-implement, easy-to-use global ERP solution has the power to support your growth ambition. Register for our 2 hours workshop to learn more about… Read more →

February 16, 2015 at 1:59 am
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Printvis: FLEXIBILITY = REDUCED RISK

You’ve undoubtedly felt the effects of print-industry shift over the past decade, most of which can be attributed to a digital revolution – a move away from paper consumption. People have many more tools at their disposal for the process of communication, and are therefore spending their money in new and different places, where print once enjoyed a strong foothold for over a… Read more →

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